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Kids need warmer, drier boots?

MORRISON'S HAS YOUR DRYSHODS, the most sizes and colors in stock than ever before! In fact, we have TOO MANY boots in stock sooo...

ALL CHILDREN and YOUTH SIZES ON SALE NOW!!! Visit the Feed Bag for special pricing details! 💵
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3 days ago

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4 days ago

Be sure to find something to bark at today!

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Everyday life with a Pyrenees... 😉

My girl sure has this down.

That’s my Rat Terrier! Loves to bark!

❄ It may be sub zero temps outside, but here at Morrison's we're thinking Spring!

🌼 Our first deliveries of gardening supplies are beginning to arrive with many more to come!
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5 days ago

❄ It may be sub zero temps outside, but here at Morrisons were thinking Spring!

🌼 Our first deliveries of gardening supplies are beginning to arrive with many more to come!Image attachment

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Love to see that! ☀️ 🌺

What is the price on the grow mix right now?

So exciting!!!

🌬 Are your farm critters ready for the cold snap?! Here are a couple simple tips to keep your livestock warm and comfortable!

❄ Add a thick layer of straw to their bedding to provide a dry bed that will help hold their body heat while they rest.
❄ Provide an extra serving of high quality, stemy forage/hay to all forage eating livestock. This forage will take longer to digest, fueling their furnace longer! The digestion process actually generates heat.
❄ Resist blanketing animals who have a thick winter coat of hair. Blanketing compacts the hair, eliminating the warm air pocket of air around them and will make transitioning back to blanket-less more challenging. Sickly or thin animals are obviously an exception, among other possible scenarios.
❄ Visit Morrison's Feed Bag to stock up on all your winter feeds and needs! Stay warm and safe out there!
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7 days ago

🌬 Are your farm critters ready for the cold snap?!  Here are a couple simple tips to keep your livestock warm and comfortable!

❄  Add a thick layer of straw to their bedding to provide a dry bed that will help hold their body heat while they rest.
❄  Provide an extra serving of high quality, stemy forage/hay to all forage eating livestock.   This forage will take longer to digest, fueling their furnace longer! The digestion process actually generates heat.
❄  Resist blanketing animals who have a thick winter coat of hair. Blanketing compacts the hair, eliminating the warm air pocket of air around them and will make transitioning back to blanket-less more challenging.  Sickly or thin animals are obviously an exception, among other possible scenarios. 
❄  Visit Morrisons Feed Bag to stock up on all your winter feeds and needs! Stay warm and safe out there!Image attachment

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I want to thank you for the job interview. I’m disappointed of coarse that I did not get the job because I was excited to work for a family own company that provides so much not just for the farm animals but for their employees and the community. I’m ever so grateful once again thank you.

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